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Lighting Ballast - European Standard

Vishay Components Used

  • HEXFET Power MOSFETS
  • Film Capacitors
  • Ceramic Capacitors, Single Layer
  • Ceramic Capacitors, Multi-Layer
  • Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors
  • Varistors
  • Rectifier Diodes
  • Schottky Diodes
  • Zener Diodes
  • Fast Switching Diodes
  • PTC Thermistors
  • Thick Film Chip Resistors
EMI-Filter Reverse Polarity Protection SMPS Buck Converter Transient Protection ESD-Protection Filter Pull-Up / Down Resistor Position Sensor DC Link Current Sensor EMI-Filter Low Side Current Sensor Motor Switch Reverse Polarity Protection Transient Protection Position Sensor Temperature Sensor
EMI Filter Reverse Polarity Protection Security Switch Transient Protection SMPS Buck Converter EMI Filter Reverse Polarity Protection Security Switch Transient Protection Buffer Capacitor High Side Current Sensor High Side Switch Low Side Current Sensor Low Side Switch Storage Inductor
SMPS Converter EMI Filter Reverse Polarity Protection Transient Protection Filter ESD-Protection Pull-Up / Down Resistor Level Shift Motor Switch DC Link Current Sensor Low Side Current Sensor EMI Filter Reverse Polarity Protection Transient Protection BLDC-Motor WiFi GPS Receiver Proximity Sensor
SMPS Converter EMI Filter Reverse Polarity Protection Transient Protection ESD-Protection Filter Pull-Up / Down Resistor Buck Boost Converter EMI Filter Reverse Polarity Protection Transient Protection RGBW Sensor Blue Light Sensor Position Sensor Current Sensor
SMPS Buck Converter Reverse Polarity Protection Transient Protection Optical Smoke Detection Temperature Sensing Amplification ESD Protection Audio Amplifier Flashlight Wireless Ethernet

Lighting ballasts control the starting and operating voltages of electrical gas discharge lamps, also known as compact fluorescent lamps (CFL). Because they do not have an intrinsic feedback mechanism that limits operating current like the positive temperature coefficient of resistance of the filaments of incandescent light bulbs, gas discharge lamps need a ballast to limit electric current. Modern electronic lighting ballasts use solid-state circuitry to transform the voltage and alter the frequency of the supplied power. This eliminates any flickering of the CFL and regulates power more efficiently than is possible with standard magnetic lighting ballasts.

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